Swedish M2M

The Swedish IoT alliance SMSE continues growing stronger with 3, Aptilo, Incell and Wittra joining

Press release   •   Oct 28, 2015 05:07 EDT

Stockholm October 28, 2015. The Swedish alliance for IoT entrepreneurs continue expanding with Incell, Wittra and Aptilo joining as members and 3 as partner. The latest expansion brings SMSE to 44 members and 15 partners, thus the second biggest IoT industry group in Europe after M2M Alliance and a clear indication of Sweden as a great place to look for IoT experience and solutions.

“With a continuously increasing amount of partners and customers abroad our members contribute significantly to the creation of an innovative international IoT industry”, says Magnus Melander, founder of SMSE. “This is also reflected by increasing interest, visits and partnerships from key international IoT players and media”, continues Mr Melander.

Messages promoted by SMSE is that Data is the gold of IoT, Service Enablement is key to a prospering Internet of Things industry and Specialisation is needed in the increasingly international and competitive IoT market.

Members of SMSE:

Kombridge, Springworks, Maingate, WSI, Episcope, Info24, Tritech, Infracontrol, Fridat, Vinnter, CSL Connect, Connode, Evothings, CNet, B3IT, FYM, Imagimob, H&D Wireless, Crossbreed, Combain, Shortcut Labs, Yanzi Networks, Roxen, April System Design, Possio, Watty, Clayster, KTC, Mowic, Exibea, Slagkryssaren, MicroTracking, Scypho, TalkPool, Trax (WTS), ShopJoy, Aifloo, IBaround, Realtime Embedded, Starbright, Incell, Aptilo, Wittra and Wbird.

Partners of SMSE:

Tele2, Telenor Connexion, TeliaSonera, Ericsson, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Teracom, Intel, M2M Alliance, Telefonica, Interoute, 3, Business Sweden and Swedish Mobile Association (SMA).

Swedish M2M Services Enablers (SMSE) is an alliance of Swedish start-up companies active in building the Internet of Everything (IoE). The purpose is to educate the market, to promote Sweden as a rich source of M2M/IoT/IoE solutions and expertise, and to promote the members internationally vis-à-vis potential customers, partners, influencers and investors. For more information please visit www.swedishm2m.se or contact Magnus Melander, magnus@wbird.se or +46 70 230 72 51.